Analysis of ‘I, too, sing America’ by Langston Hughes

I too sing America Langston Hughes has had great influence on countless poets in the twentieth century irrespective of the schools and styles. His views on politics also were held in high regard. Hughes himself believed that his politics and poetry were inseparable. Most of his poems were on racism and was drawn from his own experiences. There were so many of them that his own people used to ask questions like “Do you think Negroes should always write about Negroes?”, “Why do you write Read More…